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Food Safety for Food Professionals

in Food Safety Fridays Webinars
Added by Simon, 12 Mar 2024

Taking place 12 Apr 2024 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM (Single Day Event)


Webinar Description

The food industry wants to maintain high food safety standards, but frequently does not have the training or experience necessary to achieve optimal safety outcomes. While regulations are changing to encourage better education for food professionals, current educational offerings do not always correspond to the learning style or needs of the industry. Designing relevant training opportunities, and courses with approachable content, is essential for food industry professionals to have a framework in place to ensure successful outcomes on-the-job.

Cost of Attendance: $Free

Webinar Presenter

Speaker Bio:
Dr Matthew Wilson

Senior Lecturer in Food and Nutrition, University of Adelaide

Dr Matthew Wilson is a senior lecturer in food and nutrition at the University of Adelaide. He has a research and supervision background in food quality, preservation and shelf-life, and extensive university level teaching experience including in food regulations, microbiology and food processing technologies.

Andrew Thomson

Owner, Think ST Solutions

Andrew Thomson the owner of Think ST Solutions, is a provider of food safety and training solutions to the broader food service sector. With a career spanning diverse pivotal roles, Andrew brings a wealth of expertise to the table. He has a background as a contributing writer for a prominent food industry media outlet, food regulatory and policy advisory roles, a quality assurance advisor and is a passionate educator. He is a former board member of a not-for-profit community food service operation.
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Andrew Thomson
Think ST Solutions

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